April 23rd, 2011 / 2 Comments

I was hoping we would see more from this gorgeous shoot today. Not only do we have a new pic but also a full version of the first gorgeous pic we saw from the shoot.  Cannot wait to hopefully seem more & of course these in HQ.  Yep I’m greedy I know, but how can we not be?!  Thanks to epnebelle for these scans.


July 12th, 2010 / 6 Comments


Mark Kermode of The Guardian is clearly a very smart man (and I will ignore that he has called Rob R-Patz grrr).  Yes, Bela Lugiosi’s Dracula is there in esteemed company with Rob’s Edward Cullen as is Gary Oldman’s Dracula and of course Max Schrek’s Nosferatu.   See Mark – you are very clever to confirm that Rob’s  Edward is definitely far better than LeStat (although I did like Tom’s portrayal of LeStat):

“Robert Pattinson, The Twilight Saga (2008-)

Hard to credit, perhaps, but Stephenie Meyer’s blockbusting gothic romances have made R-Patz the most successful screen vampire of all time, outselling previous title holders Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in the Anne Rice adaptation Interview With the Vampire. Hardened horror aficionados may balk, but hordes of Twi-hard fans have swooned to Edward Cullen’s otherworldly charms, marvelling at the way his skin glitters in the sunlight, and dreaming of dying (and being reborn) in his sensitively pallid arms. Chastity never seemed so attractive.”

Mark just so you know, and I’m sure you do, there are more than just Twi-hard fans who appreciated Rob’s Edward – really there is.  Oh if you want to read the full article, just click on the link above.

July 7th, 2010 / 14 Comments

God I love this shoot.  Thanks to Everglow for these beauties.




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June 29th, 2010 / 7 Comments


Here is a great little interview from Allen Coulter which brings insight into his first impressions and part of the process in agreeing to take Rob on for Remember Me.   I’ve placed the main flesh of the article in this post so those who have not seen the movie can AVOID clicking on the link provided [MAJOR spoiler in  main article that could ruin the potency of the entire film].  Love your work Allen.

“Coulter, a New Yorker, is on the phone explaining how Pattinson, already cast in the first Twilight, was eager to find an antidote — something radically different — even before its release. Executives at Summit Entertainment, producers of Twilight, were looking to help out.
“Honestly,” Coulter recalls of an early luncheon meeting with Pattinson, “he was not known, Twilight had not been released and there was no way to see it. We just knew he was interested. Sitting in front of us was a guy who was scruffy, intense, charming, unpretentious.”

Pattinson was freshly returned from Mexico and astonished because he had been besieged “by 50 girls at the airport,” future Twi-hards who knew him from pre-release publicity. “Little did he know that this was not even the tip of the tip of the iceberg,” Coulter says, laughing. “Nor did we.”

After lunch, Coulter told producer Nicholas Osborne: “I don’t know why but I have the instinct that this guy could do it.” It would also clinch the production deal because Summit would commit to the $16 million budget. “Clearly,” Coulter says now, “that’s not lost on a director. That certainly gets your attention. But, if we didn’t think he was right, we would have said no.”

The “yes” came, Coulter recalls, “because he seemed to understand the role. He had the kind of scruffy attractiveness we needed and a hidden intensity. He was kind of secretive in a way that I thought was kind of interesting, given who his character is and how he’s conflicted about his father. So we said: ‘Let’s just take a flier!’

“It was after that I saw Twilight and had to admit that, if I had seen it before, just because it is so radically different, I might have hesitated.”

The Twilight films, Coulter says, are like silent movies and Pattinson is like 1920s star Rudolf Valentino. Pattinson was also about to go viral. “It might have given me pause because someone that famous brings a certain amount of baggage.”

One problem now might be typecasting. “There will be people who cannot accept that this young man is doing something different from Twilight,” Coulter says. “Or they may have an attitude about Twilight and about his fame, about his face being on the cover of magazines, and that may influence how they see the movie.

“That is something that, in my opinion, the movie will outlive and, at that point, people will simply see it as a young man in a role. And, in my opinion, I think he is perfect for the role.”

Remember Me, which co-stars Robert Pattinson and Emile de Ravin along with a rogues gallery of great character actors, is a romantic tragedy — not a romantic comedy. That already makes it different from most Hollywood movies, especially with its melancholic mood.

“I didn’t think of it as daring,” says American director Allen Coulter. “But it’s not a mood that most Americans necessarily sign up for. I just thought it was true to the story.”

Indeed, Americans did not sign up. Remember Me earned $55 million worldwide, just $19 million of that in North America despite the star power of Twilight star Pattinson (he was cast before Twilight was released and became famous during the Remember Me shoot). Remember Me, like other challenging films that look at youth romance in an intelligent way, is now looking for its audience on DVD.

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June 19th, 2010 / 12 Comments

I’m sorry but I just can’t post the NYTimes article that goes with these new pics of Rob since it’s just further evidence of why I don’t believe any written supposed interviews or articles about Rob.  I only gleaned this article but I already laughed *out loud* twice – examples: 

“His only role of note prior to Edward Cullen was a bit part in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” as Cedric Diggory, the doomed love interest of Hermione” – huh – is Brooke Barnes serious?

“Much is riding on “Water for Elephants” because his leading roles outside of “Twilight” have disappointed or failed at the box office. The inexpensive romantic drama “Remember Me,” released in March, grossed only $19 million in North America. About $35 million in overseas ticket sales eased the pain a little, but the upshot was that Mr. Pattinson appeared unable to anchor a movie despite the “Twilight” nuttiness. “Little Ashes,” a foreign film in which Mr. Pattinson played a randy Salvador Dali (and filmed before “Twilight”), barely registered a blip in limited release last year”.

C’mon Brooke Barnes – the internet is at your fingertips – you can’t tell me it’s that difficult to research.  I mean I’m just going to ignore the embarassing Cedric Diggory comment because it’s really embarassing that you call yourself a journo with that gaffe.  I think you also need to speak to the people involved with Remember Me – they don’t consider it a box office failure.  And leading “roles” outside of Twilight.  Well Little Ashes was a small indie film that got very limited release worldwide and was not even heavily promoted and really “randy” – I hope that’s a euphemism for gay in the US because in Australia that’s not what it means and he was hardly “randy” in the film.  Oh I could go on and on, but I won’t.  Enjoy the pics everyone and if you really want to read the article, just click on the highlighted link, although I think that first expression says it all – how Rob hasn’t snapped is a testament to him.




May 19th, 2010 / 10 Comments

I love that all these pics from the USA Today shoot are rolling in.  Thanks so much to  ljmd at our affie pattinsonlife for these 18 new pics.   Rob is just so so beautiful.   Oh & while I’m here, pic powers that be – please don’t forget how much we would love the beautiful solo Rob shot from yesterday in UHQ *smiles*


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